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Author: Dane Cameron | ISBN: B00GAMTRI8 | Format: PDF/EPub
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• Print Length: 256 pages
• Publisher: Cisdal Publishing; 2nd edition (October 30, 2013)
• Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
• Language: English
• ASIN: B00GAMTRI8
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sheet language CSS) have become the unlikely stars of the software world. Due to
their monopoly position in web browsers, and the fact web browsers have spread
from PCs to phones, tablets and TVs; their status will continue to grow and grow.
Despite their success, many software engineers are apprehensive about
commercial rather than engineering interests. As a result, many dubious features
crept into these languages. Due to backwards compatibility concerns, most of
these features still remain.
In addition, many software engineers have used these languages without
along with their similarity to other languages, led many software engineers to
conclude that there really was nothing much to learn.
you are a programmer or software engineer using other languages, you may
be surprised at what they now oﬀer. Browser based web applications are now
capable of matching or exceeding the sophistication and scale of traditional
desktop applications. In order to create complex web applications however, it is
essential to learn these languages.
This book takes the point of view that once you have a strong grasp of
the fundamentals, the details will take care of themselves. It will not present
you with long lists of APIs, or intricate details of every attribute, these can be
found in reference manuals. It will focus on the details of each language that are
fundamental to understanding how they work.
This book will guide you through the process of developing a web appli-
1. An introduction to the HTML5 markup language, and how it diﬀers
from HTML4 and XHTML.
and functions, along with the design patterns that support the development of
robust web applications.
3. An introduction to jQuery selection, traversal, manipulation and events.
4. An in-depth look at the Web storage and IndexedDB APIs for client side
5. A guide to implementing oﬄine web applications with the Application Cache
using the FileReader API.
7. A guide to the use of Web Workers in web applications.
8. An introduction to AJAX, and the jQuery API supporting AJAX.
9. An introduction to Server Sent Events and Web Sockets.
All subjects are introduced in the context of a sample web application.
This book is intended for anyone with at least a superﬁcial knowledge
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A Software Engineer Learns HTML5 A Software Engineer Learns HTML5
Ah, for the good old days, when you could throw together a site with a few
HTML tags. Now, if you want to play with the big boys, not only do you have
how they all connect. It almost makes you yearn for a Python project. But now
here is a book, the ﬁrst one I’ve encountered, that gives you the deep, integrated
knowledge that you’d normally have to earn the old-fashioned way, on your own.
Cameron patiently walks you through an actual project. By the time
you ﬁnish it, you’ll know what you need to know to build your own feature-rich
application. The writing is clear. The teaching is excellent. If you already have
some familiarity with HTML and programming, this book may be all you need
to take the next step into full-ﬂedged web development.
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